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50-year-old woman gives birth to first youngster: ‘We wouldn’t give up’

Susie Troxler all the time needed to be a mom. Now, on the age of fifty, she is. 

Troxler gave birth to her first youngster, Lily, on Sept. 29 at Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina. 

“It was so surreal,” Troxler stated in a press release from the hospital. “Everything had come together for that moment to happen. It’s hard to wrap our heads around. We’re no longer just husband and wife, we’re ‘mommy’ and ‘daddy.’”

Troxler and her husband Tony, 61, have been married in 2008 and tried a number of instances to have youngsters at first, naturally. Then, about two years in the past, she began in-vitro fertilization remedy and later, egg donation, FOX Television Stations reported. 

After Troxler had an unsuccessful preliminary try at pregnancy with the first embryo from the egg donation course of, the coronavirus pandemic hit and lots of fertility clinics briefly closed. 

Troxler was in a position to strive for being pregnant once more with a second embryo when the Carolinas Fertility Institute reopened earlier this year, in accordance to FOX. 

Susie Troxler stated she had “a really blessed pregnancy” regardless of being at excessive threat due to her age.
Susie Troxler

“So Feb. 1, we had our embryo transfer of the last and final embryo, and here she [Lily] is,” Troxler instructed FOX. “That was the journey.”

Troxler instructed the station that she had “a really blessed pregnancy” regardless of being at excessive threat due to her age. 

According to The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, “Women who get pregnant later in life have a higher risk of complications” together with preeclampsia and different well being results, each of the mom and the fetus. 

Baby Lily Troxler with her mom Susie in the hospital
“We knew we were going to be parents one day,” Susie Troxler stated. “It was just a given.”
Susie Troxler

However, regardless of these dangers, Troxler was decided to have youngsters.

“I knew I was going to be a mom one day,” she instructed FOX. “Didn’t know how it was going to happen. Didn’t know whether it was going to be natural means, IVF means, whether it was going to be adoption. We had no idea what it was going to be.”

“But we knew we were going to be parents one day,” she continued. “It was just a given.”

“We wouldn’t give up,” Tony added within the press launch. “We had that faith. We dreamed of her. We knew no matter how it was going to happen, that it was going to happen.”

Now that she’s given birth, Troxler stated she and Tony are “just honored” to be Lily’s mother and father. 

“Medically, this was impossible, but she’s here,” Troxler stated within the launch. 

Baby Lily Troxler
“It was so surreal,” Troxler stated in a press launch from the hospital. “Everything had come together for that moment to happen. It’s hard to wrap our heads around. We’re no longer just husband and wife, we’re ‘mommy’ and ‘daddy.’”
Susie Troxler

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